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Department
History
Course
HIS2363
Professor
Christian Champion
Semester
Fall

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Final: Confederation What was it? Did it create a unitary or federal state? Was its purpose centralizing or de­centralizing? Why didn’t NF join confederation? 3 main reasons? Nova Scotia wanted to separate  Honore de Mercier How did the provinces assert themselves in their own sphere? Temperance, booze Manitoba schools question Federal control over minority rights Use lectures to decide what will be in the test; books minimal detail ***MissethLecture:*** Sept. 30 Canadian Ideology “Canadianism”­ from the Orange Order Quote from Ogle gowan: founder of first orange lodge in Canada Homogenous Canadian­where does it come from? Sam Hughes; was in the Bohr war Idea of a homogenous Canadian Canadian minority; red river colony john schulz Single type of Canadian as a majority Prot. And cons. Writer 1901 “Out of the event, came an exhibition of united sentiment Agnes Christina Laut Books written? Compare her idea of Canada and empire with another woman­author of the same period Sara­Jeanette Duncan “The Imperialist” Laut: Canada had an empire of its own.  Canadians were empire builders and their empire was in their own backyard Laut, says in 1909 “Empire of the north” : “Instead of Canada being dependent on the  empire, the empire’s most far­seeing statesmen were looking to Canada for the strength  of the British empire with a new empire of their own to develop, equal in size to the  whole of Europe, Canadian public men realize they have enough  to do without taking a  hand in European affairs.” Wants Canada to be isolationist, but ideas come from Imperialism (very akin to Bourassa  sentiment) SJD: 
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